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About The Company

Kingsley Specialist Services has established an outstanding reputation nationally, among both social services professionals and residents’ families, for delivering innovative, person-centred support to adults with learning disabilities, particularly those who may have complex needs.

Staff at our five services in Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire are proud to be part of the Kingsley Healthcare Group which has just been ranked – for the eighth year running! – among the top 20 large care home groups (carehome.co.uk) for our exceptional care.

Being part of a trusted national care provider gives our Kingsley Specialist Services team the assurance that they will receive all the training and support they need to deliver outstanding care to our clients.

But that’s not all. Kingsley Healthcare Group is ranked #1 in the UK for work wellbeing (Indeed's Better Work Awards 2023) because we believe in taking care of our own. We are proud of our sector-leading 4.7... Glassdoor rating and are a Real Living Wage employer, ensuring you're valued and rewarded for your dedication.

Ready to join a team that puts people first, both clients and colleagues? We're seeking passionate individuals to join our growing family. Explore our current opportunities and make a difference where you matter!

About The Role

As a Nurse, you will work as part of the care team, carrying out all relevant forms of care in conjunction with other nurse practitioners. Ensuring that care services are consistently provided to a high-quality standard and the personal care needs of residents, are met while respecting the dignity of the individual and promoting independence. You will assist in the nursing care of the residents and in the general day-day activities of the home.

Kingsley Specialist Services (https://kingsleyspecialistservices.co.uk/) provides support for people with learning disabilities and complex needs who would benefit from living in a more peaceful setting.

Reports to: Home Manager/Deputy Manager/Clinical Lead

Skills and attributes
• Prior experience as a Registered Nurse.
• Excellent communication skills.
• Excellent skills and knowledge of the job role.
• A full UK Driving Licence.

Education and qualification
• NMC registered nurse with relevant post-registration experience.

What will you gain?

You will have the satisfaction of working with and being supported by an enthusiastic and caring team that puts people at the heart of the business. We know the happiness of our staff improves the service we give our residents. You will have plenty of opportunities to learn and develop your skills, and we have the procedures and processes in place to help you at every step.
• Glebe Farm Learning Disability Care Home, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire
• Pay:: £22.50 per hour
• Type: Permanent
• Shift: Mixed (Days/Nights)
• Full and Part-time Positions Available
• £2000 Welcome bonus

• Comprehensive induction and training programme.
• Opportunities for career development and progression.
• Employee Assistance Programme
• Blue Light Card Scheme. We’ll reimburse the enrolment fee of this fantastic scheme that offers discounts on holidays, days out and over 15,000 national brands.
• Refer a friend and receive a thank you gift of up to £500 *
• We’ll pay for your full DBS disclosure
• Enhanced rates of pay for bank holidays
• Paid breaks – we think it’s essential that all staff can take breaks without fear of losing money, so we pay for you to have a break during working hours.
• Full and Part-time Positions Available
• Various shifts available for this job to suit your lifestyle and availability.
• Annual NMC PIN renewal paid
• £2,000 Welcome bonus

Your right to work in the UK

In accordance with the Asylum and immigration Act 2006 you will need to demonstrate your eligibility for employment in the United Kingdom
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